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Alloway J. L. Further observations on the use of pneumococcus extracts in effecting transformation of type in vitro. The Journal of experimental medicine, 1933, v. 57, Mb 2.

Auerbach C. Chemical mutagenesis. Biological reviews, 1949, v. 24. 3.

Auerbach C. Chemical induction of mutations. Proceedings of the 8-th international congress of genetics. Hereditas, Supplement, 1949.

Auerbach C. Problems in chemical mutagenesis. Cold Sping Harbor symposia on quantitative biology, 1951, v. 16.

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Balassa R. In vivo Transformationen bei Rhizobien. Die Naturwissenschaften, 1955, Bd. 42. 14.

Balassa R. Durch Desoxyribonucleinsauren induzierte Ver"anderungen an Rhizobien. Die Naturwissenschaften, 1956, Rd. 43, 6.

Baron L., Spiegelman S., Quastler H. Enzyme formation in non-viable cells. The Journal of general physiology. 1953, v. 36, 5.

Benoit J., Leroy P., Vendrely C.. Vendrely R. Des mutations somatiques dirig'ees sontelles possibles chez les oiseaux? Comptes Rendus Academie sciences. 1957, v. 244. 13.

Benoit J., Leroy P., Vendrely C., Vendrely R. Modifications de caract'eres raciaux obscrv'ees sur dcs canetons issus de canes et de canards P'ekin pr'ealablemcnt soumis `a des injections lacide d'esoxyribonucleiques de canard Khaki. Comptes Rendus Academie sciences, 1957, v. 245, 4.

Boivin A. Directed mutation in colon bacili, by an inducing principle of deoxyribonucleic nature: its meaning for the general biochemistry of heredity. Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative biology, 1947.. v. 12.

Brachet J. Recherches sur la synth'ese de lacide thymonucl'eique pendant de dthymonucl'eiqueveloppment de louef dOursin. Archives de biologie, 1933, v. 44, 3.

Brachet J. Chantrenne H., Vanderhaeghe F. Recherches sur les interactions biochimiques entre le noyau et le cytoplasme chez les organismes unicellulires. II. Acetabularia mediterranea. Biochimica et biophysica acta, 1955, v. 18, 4.

Brachet J., Jeener K. Recherches sur des particules cytoplasmiques de dimensions macromol'eculaires riches en acide pentosenucleique. Enzymologia, 1944, v. 11, 3.

Brawn W. Bacterial genetics. 1953.

Capocaccia L. Ulteriori osser vazioi sulluso di latte glicerinato nella revesione R->S. Archivio italiano di scienze mediche tropicale e di parassitologia, 1956, v. 37.

Caspersson T. Studien "uber den Eiweissumsatz der Zelle. Die Naturwissenschatten. 1941, Bd. 29, 3.

Chargaff E. The nucleic acid of microorganisms. 2-'eme Congr'es internationale de biochimie, 1952.

Clark A. M. Genetic effects of X-rays in relation to doserate in Drosophila. Nature, 1956, v. 177. 4513.

Correns C. Die Rolle der m"annlichen Keimzellen bei dcr Geschlechtsbestimmung der gynodioecischen Pflanzen. Berichte der deutschen-botanischen Gesellschaft, 1908, Bd. 26a.

Dawson M. H., Sia R. H. P. In vitro transformation of pneumococcal types. The Journal of experimental medicine, 1931, v. 54, 5.

Dean A. C. R., Hinshelwood C. The adaptation of Bad. coli mutabile to lactose. Proceedings of the Royal Society, 1954, v. 142, series B. 907.

Demerec M. What is a gene? Twenty years later. The american naturalist, 1955, v. 89, 844.

Dobzhansky Th. The theory of the gene. The american naturalist. 1953, v. 87, 833.

Emerson S. The inductions of mutations by antibodies. Proceedings of the National Academy of sciences of the U. S. A., 1944, v. 30, 8.

Ephrussi B. Induction par lacriflavine dune mutation specifiquc chez la levure. Pubblicazioni della Stazione zoologica di Napoli, 1950, Suppl. 22.

Ephrussi B. Remarks on cell heredity. Genetics in the 20 th century. 1951.

Ephrussi B. Nucleo-cytoplasmic relations in microorganisms, 1953.

Ephrussi B.. Slonimski P. P. La synth'ese adaptative de cytochromes chez la levure de boulangerie. Biochimica et biophysica acta. 1950, v. 6, 2.

Ephrussi-Tavlor H. Genetic aspects of transformations of pneumococci. Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative biology, 1951, v. 16.

Finlay G. F. The effect of different species lens antisera on pregnant mice and rats and their progeny. The British Journal for experimental biology, 1924, v. I, 2.

Fraenkel-Conrat H., Williams R. Reconstitution of active tobacco mosaic virus from its inactive protein and nucleic acid components. Proceedings of the National Academie of sciences of the U. S. A.. 1955. v. 41. 10.

Francois J. Linfluence des facteurs immunologiques sur la production des opacit'er cnstalliniennes cong'enitales. 1941.

Gierer A., Schramm G. lnfectivity of ribonucleic acid from tobacco mosaic virus. Nature, 1956, v. 177, 4511.

Giles N. H. Recent evidence on the mechanism of chromosome aberration production by ionizing radiations. Symposium of radiology, 1952.

Goldschmidt R. B. Physiological genetics. 1938.

Goldschmidt R. B. The material basis of evolution. 1940.

Goldschmidt R. B. The impact of genetics upon science. Genetics in the 20-th Century, 1951.

Goldschmidt R. B. Theoretical genetics. 1955.

Griffith F. The significance of pneumococcal types. The Journal ol hygiene, 1928, v. 27.

Gulland J. M., Smith H. The constitution of yeast ribonucleic acid Part XI. Synthesis of uridine-2 phosphate. Journal of the chemical society, 1947, March.

Gulland J. M., Jordan D. O., Threlfall C. J. Deoxypentose nuc leic acids. Pare 1. Preparation of the tetrasodium salt ol the deoxypentose nucleic acid of calf thymus. Journal of the chemical society. 1947, September.

Haldane, J. B. S. The biochemistry of genetics. 1954.

H"ammerling J., Stich H. "Uber die Aufnahme von P32 in kernhaltige und kernlose Acetabularien. Zeitschrift f"ur Naturforschung, 1954. Bd. 9.

H"ammerling J., Stich H. Einbau und Ausbau von P32 im Nucleolus (nebst Bemerkungen "uber intra- und extranucleare Proteinsynth'ese) Zeitschrift f"ur Naturforschung, 1956, Bd. 11, 3.

Hershey A. D. An upper limit to the protein content of the germinal substance of bacteriophage T2. Virology, 1955, v. 1.

Hershey A. D., Chase M. Independent function of viral protein and nucleic acid in growth of bacteriophage. Journal of general physiology, 1952, v. 36.

Hollaender A., Emmons C. W. Wavelength dependence of mutation production in the ultraviolet with special emphasis on fungi. Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative biology. 1941, v. 9.

Hollaender A., Baker W. K., Anderson E. H. Effect of oxygen tension and certain chemicals on the X-ray sensitivity of mutation production and survival. Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative biology, 1951, v. 16.

Hollaender A., Stapleton G. E., Burnett W. J. The modification X-ray sensitivity by chemicals. Isotopes in biochemistry. 1951.

Hollaender A., Kimball R. F. Modification of radiation induced genetic damage. Nature, 1956, v. 177, 4512.

Hotchkiss R. D. Transfer of penicillin resistance in pneumococci by the desoxyribonucleate derived from resistant cultures. Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative biology, 1951, v. 16.

Hotckiss R. D., Marmur J. Double marker transformations as evidence of linked factors in desoxyribonucleate transforming agents. Proceedings of the National Academie of sciences of the U. S. A. 1954, v. 40, 2.

HuItin T. Incorporation in vivo of 15N-labeled glycine into liver fractions of newly hatched chicks. Experimental cell research, 1950, v. 1, 3.

Hunter G. D., Butler J. A. V. Stimulation by ribonucleic acid of induced Bacillus megatherium. Biochimica et biophysica acta, 1956, v. 20.

Huxley J. S., Carr-Saunders A. M. Absence of prenatal effects of lensantibodies in rabbits. The British Journal for experimental biology, 1924. v. 1, 2.

Ibsen H. L., Bushnell L. D. The effects produced on parents and descendants by the injection of calf lens material directly into the rabbit parent. Genetics, 1934, v. 19, 4.

Keller E. B. Isotope study of turnover of protein of cell fractions of adult rat liver in vivo. Federation proceedings, 1951, v. 10, 1.

Krupko S., DenIcy A. Deoxyribonucleic acid deficiency in the mature egg nucleus of Aloe davyana in South Africa. Nature. 1956, v. 177, 4498.

Lederberg J. Cell genetics and hereditary symbiosis. Physiological reviews, 1952, v. 32. 4.

Lerner I. M. The ninth international congress of genetics. Science, 1953, v. 118. 3076.

LHerilier Ph. The CO2 sensitivity problem in Drosophila. Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative biology, 1951, v. 16.

Lindegren C. C. A new gene theory and an explanation of the phenom non of dominance to mendelian segregation of the cytogene. Proceedings of the National Academy of sciences of the U. S. A., 1946, v. 32, 3.

Lindegren C. C. Is the gene a prime movere? Nature. 1955, v. 176. 4196.

Lippincott J. A., Commoner B. Reactivation of tobacco mosaic virus infectivlfy in mixtures of virus protein and nucleic acid. Biochimica et biophysica acta, 1956, v. 19, I.

McAulay A. L.. Ford J. M. Saltant production in the fungus Chcietomium globosum by ultra-violet light, and its relation to absorption processes. Heredity, 1917, v. 1, 2.

Michaelis P. Cytoplasmic inheritance in Epilobium and its theoretical significance. Advances in genetics, 1954, v. 6.

M"uller H. J. Some present problems in the genetic effect of radiation. Journal of cellular and comparative physiology, 1930, v. 35.

M"uller H. J. The development of the gene theory. Genetics in the 20-th century, 1951.

M"uller H. J. Life. Science, 1955, v. 121, 3132.

Nilan R. A. Factors governing plant radiosensitivity. A conference on radioactive isotopes in agriculture, 1956.

Pollock M. R. Penicillinase adaptation in B. cereus: adaptive enzyme formation in the absence of free substrate. The British Journal of experimental pathology, 1950, v. 31,6.

Rhoades M. M. The cytoplasmic inheritance of male sterility in Zea mays. Journal of genetics, 1933, v. 27, 1.

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Schuster H.. Schramm G., ZiIIig W. Die Struktur der Ribonucleins"aure aus labakmosaikvirus. Zeitschrift f"ur Naturforschung, 1956, B I. 11a,6.

Siekevltz P., Zamecnik P. C. In vitro incorporation of IC14-DL-alanine into proteins of rat-liver granular fractions. Federation proceedings, 1951, v. 10.1.

Sinsheimer R. L. First steps toward a genetic chemistry. Science, 1957, v. 125. 3258.

Sonneborn T. M. Recent advances in genetics of Paramecium and Euplotes. Advances in genetics, 1947, v. 1.

Sonneborn T. M. The role of genes in cytoplasmic inheritance. Genetics in the 20-th century, 1951.

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Stern C. G. Nucleoproleins and gene structure. The Yale Journal of biology and medicine, 1917, v. 19, 6.

Stone W. S., Wyss O., Haas F. The production of mutations in Staphylococcus aureus by irradiation of the substrate. Proceedings of the National Academy of sciences of the U. S. A., 1917. v. 33, 3,

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Sturtevant H. Can specific mutations be induced by serological methods? Proceedings of the National Academy of sciences of the U. S. A., 1944, v. 30, 8.

Timof'eeff-Ressovsky N. W., Zimmer K. G., Delbr"uck H. "Uber die Natur der Genmutalion und der Genstruktur. Nachrichlen von der Gessellschaft der Wissenschaften zu G"ottingen. Malhematisch-physikalische Klasse. Fachgruppe VI. Biologie. 1935. Neue Folge, Bd. 1, 13.

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Watson J. D., Crick F. H. C. The structure of DNA. Cold Spring Harbor simnosia on quantitative biology. 1953, v. 18.

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